The Lady Seahawks defeated Tallahassee Leon 10-4 at home on Thursday, March 8.

Eighth grade Sage Brannan was the winning pitcher, throwing five complete innings, giving up only three hits, with five strikeouts and one earned run.

Eighth grader Brooklyn O'Neal hit a homerun in the fifth inning and was 2 for 4 on the night with three RBI's. Sophomore Jaylin Charles was 3 for 3 with a double and was hit by a pitch. Junior Melanie Collins and sophomore Rosie Davis had two hits each.

Senior Madison Smith, junior Alexus Johnson, and Matyson Livingood all had a base hit as the Seahawks outhit Leon 12-5.

On Friday night, March 9, the team traveled to Panama City Bozeman and fell to the Bucs by a score of 5-3. Charles took the loss, hurling 3 and 1/3 innings, giving up six hits, five runs, only one of which was earned. Brannan came in and threw the last 2 and 2/3 innings giving up only one base hit, with two strikeouts.

Johnson led all hitters, going 2 for 4 and adding a stolen base. Smith and O'Neal added a double each, while junior Sophia Kirvin, Charles and Collins all had a single.

“We swung the bat better this week and our pitching was very good.,” said coach Scott Collins. “We have to keep improving, tighten up our defense a little, and I think we can go on a good run."